Ingredients: Echinacea, Chamomile, Lemon balm, Thyme
Thyme is known as a expectorant. Thyme fights microbes, and its flavonoids help decrease smooth muscle spasms to open tight airways.
Echinacea can help shorten cold & flu symptoms. There isn’t much evidence that echinacea will do anything for you once you get a cold, other than possibly shorten the duration of your symptoms. But there is some evidence that it could prevent colds and flus if taken in conjunction with garlic supplements, according to an article in the Journal of the National Medical Association. This herb’s main claim to fame is its ability to enhance general immunity: It stimulates white blood cells, one of the body’s first lines of defense against illness; increases production of interferon and other virus-fighting substances; and increases immune cells’ ability to engulf and destroy invading microbes.
Test-tube studies show that echinacea directly fights influenza, although these effects have yet to be demonstrated in humans, says A. Francis Brinker, a naturopathic doctor, instructor at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, and author of Herb Contraindications and Drug Interactions (Eclectic, 1995).
The compounds in lemon balm offer profound antibacterial and antiviral properties.
Chamomile & lemon balm can assist with restful sleep.
The Chamomile we source originates from Egypt, Africa.
All ingredients in this tea are known to have antibacterial properties.
Brewing Temperature: 85-95 degrees C
Brewing Time: 5-6 mins
We express cultures from all over the world in our blends and we have been able to preserve the art of hand tea blending by adhering to the way of nature and treating all living beings with respect. This integrity is clearly seen in the way we do trade. For ethical reasons none of our ingredients originate from China.